Excerpt from The Eloquent Dempsey: An Irish Comedy in Three Acts
Scene: Dempsy's Drawing-room, above his shop. Doors C. and L. Window L. An easy chair, some other chairs, a stool and a sofa. A side-table. A cabinet. A green dressing-gown with orange lining hangs across the back of the easy chair. Time - Morning.
Mrs. Dempsy is discovered looking out of the window. She hurries to door L. and speaks off with one hand resting on jamb.
Mrs. Dempsy (loudly). Tell Mr. Dempsy he must hurry up at once. The doctor's in the street. (She looks out of the window and returns to the door.)
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